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lukey_loki

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  1. Could be a Kiwi. Sent from my F5121 using Arbtalk mobile app
  2. Bush id please

    First one looks like Privet. The second could be a Spindle (Euonymous Europaea) Sent from my F5121 using Arbtalk mobile app
  3. Log ID please

    Good job too. A piece of dry Holly that length would put up a fuss being split by hand. A piece of dry Elm would be pretty much impossible! Does it have much if a smell? Sent from my F5121 using Arbtalk mobile app
  4. Log ID please

    I would say Holly, looking at that bark. Did you split it by hand? Sent from my F5121 using Arbtalk mobile app
  5. Previously trimmed silver birch

    Good advice from Mick. You'll find lots of conflicting info about best time to prune but I've done them most times through the year with no ill effects. Early to mid winter probably best if you're worried about it bleeding. A considered crown reduction could achieve all the things you're after and would make a decent looking tree once it's in leaf but as it's been said before, it will always look a bit 'hacked about' when the leafs are off because of how it's been treated in the past. Sent from my F5121 using Arbtalk mobile app
  6. Big old Sycamore, grown over its brick planter. Probably 9 feet wide at ground level. Sent from my F5121 using Arbtalk mobile app
  7. Hard at work on a Friday afternoon...

    [emoji106] Sent from my F5121 using Arbtalk mobile app
  8. Hard at work on a Friday afternoon...

    Haha! I'll see what I can do [emoji133] Sent from my F5121 using Arbtalk mobile app
  9. There were some great acoustics in the woods yesterday [emoji1] Sent from my F5121 using Arbtalk mobile app

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